Screenshots of Apple Music for Android got leaked

By | October 26, 2015


Apple released its music streaming service “Apple Music” back in June, the company has promised to release an Android version of this music streaming service. Now, it looks like the Android version of Apple Music is going to be released pretty soon. Now, bunch of screenshot has been leaked by German website Mobile Geeks.

The Mobile Geeks has posted some of the screenshot of Android version of Apple Music, which you can see if you are excited about the app. The leaked image suggests that this streaming service comes with Beats 1 Radio, the Apple Music Connect social network for the musicians along with a recommendation page.


The German website also shared a Google community link, which suggests that this app is in Beta testing phase with limited users. This Android version of Apple Music is also capable of saving music for offline use; you can also set the cache size, so that this streaming service doesn’t consume much storage space on your device.

The settings of the Android version of Apple Music can be accessed by swiping from the left menu. The leaked screenshot also suggests that the Android version supports entire Apple Music Catalog. The Cupertino-based company has retained most of the design of the iOS app. As the company has announced that the Apple Music for Android will debut this fall, it means that we may see some official announcement next month.